Staten Island Parks & Beaches

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Don’t miss this award-winning ALL BRICK center hall Colonial, on a private dead-end street overlooking Silver Lake Golf Course!! Four bedrooms and five baths in 4,255 sq. ft. of floor space!!


The home features a two-story granite foyer, an oak circular staircase, and library with built-in oak shelves!


Formal living and dining rooms and a great room with gas-starter fireplace!


The Neff kitchen offers a butler’s pantry and dinette!


The master suite includes a marble bathroom with jacuzzi and separate shower!


In the full finished basement, you’ll find a ¾ bath and kitchenette!


Unwind on the slate patio with built-in barbecue, and enjoy the exquisite landscaping with water feature!

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Of the five boroughs of New York City, Staten Island is the third largest in area but the least populated. A mixture of single-family and multi-family properties, Staten Island homes are as diverse as the community itself.

The North Shore, which is the most urban area of the island, is home to the St. George Historic District and the St. Paul's Avenue-Stapleton Heights Historic District, and stunning Victorian estates. The more suburban South Shore and Mid Island are home to classic single-family houses. maxresdefault

Once home to the world's largest landfill, Staten Island is now referred to as "the Greenest Borough." With over 12,300 acres of protected parkland, one third of the island is covered in green, and the now-closed landfill is being turned into a

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240 Arbutus 1S.E. Annadale is situated on the South Shore of Staten Island. S.E. Annadale is duly noted for The Blue Heron Park; Nearly 2 acres of meadows, ponds, freshwater streams, marshes and woodlands. S.E. Annadale is situated right on Staten Island’s “Blue Belt” making this area prestigious and tranquil. If you're shopping for a home that features privacy and luxury, 240 Arbutus Avenue offers you this! One family detached center hall colonial with well-appointed amenities & quality craftsmanship. With over 4,896 square feet of living space this home has it all! 4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, formal living room, formal dining room, family room with fireplace perfect for entertaining during the holidays. Custom eat-in kitchen with granite island and pantry. 240 ArbutusPorch…
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Pre-Construction! Price for lovely new 1-family detached home in beautiful North Shore, Sunset Hill area. Savo Brothers Quality Construction Home. Oversized Property, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, hardwood floors, Pella windows, granite kitchen and gas fireplace! 9-foot ceilings with crown moldings, custom interior staircase, 2-zone baseboard heat and A/C. Full-brick front, views of the bridge from 1st and 2nd floors! These homes are minutes away from the beautiful Cloves Lake Park and Silver Lake Golf Course! The North Shore is chock full of cool places to visit and easy to get around on public transportation! Take a look at this handy list via Wikipedia!

Important landmarks and points of interest located on the North Shore include the Staten

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Living in New York you don’t find much serenity in this hustle and bustle environment. Imagine if you owned a home where the ocean views are endless? Unobstructed views from your terrace every day. You can sit outside and enjoy a glass of wine while you watch the sunset and still have the convenience of living in New York. Move right into this desirable oceanfront center hall colonial located at 741 Johnston Terrace in Staten Island. 

Situated in Princes Bay Staten Island, this neighborhood offers you everything unique such as beaches, boats and new houses. Wolfe’s Pond Park, one of the largest parks on Staten Island, is situated in the prestigious Princes Bay. Wolfe’s Pond Park offers a beach along the Raritan Bay and mountain biking trails as

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You’d be surprised how much nature you can find in a place referred to as the concrete jungle.  We’ve explored the five boroughs of New York City, and we can tell you that the best is yet to be discovered. A top secret is waiting to be found at Cameron Club of Staten Island. Local guests have enjoyed this club for more than 80 years! Here, wildlife in its natural habitat includes mallards, geese, turtles, herons, catfish, and more. The view of the surroundings might leave you thinking you’re in the Adirondacks or Vermont. When you remember that you’re in your own backyard of Staten Island, you can relax on the white sand beaches with lifeguard patrol.

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Also at Cameron Club, you’ll find a pristine wetlands treasure: Brady’s Pond. Unlike a closed off…
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Today, Westerleigh of North Shore is a close-knit, welcoming community of single-family homes.  It’s come a long way from a campground!  In 1888, this same area was the National Prohibition Campground Association!  It was a place of productive relaxation for followers of the Prohibition Movement.  Visitors would attend meetings, lectures, and religious services on the land.  For their enjoyment, the grounds also included ball fields, tennis courts, bowling alleys, and stables, as well as woodlands and a pond.  As times changed, and the campsite’s population steadily declined, the anti-alcohol grounds became a neighborhood of year-round residents.  Tents were replaced with Dutch Colonials and Victorian houses. Pathways of dirt became streets, named after…
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